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I worked at Tesco as a contractor (Less than a year)
Lots of smart people and lots of data. Open to new ideas and constantly looking to improve their systems.
The endless restructuring. Slow to implement new technologies, partly due to lack of development staff. Not quite in London, not quite out of London.
Advice to Management
Improve the integration between the different supply chain development groups. Upgrade the infrastructure to make it easier and faster to prototype new systems.
The process took 3 weeks. I interviewed at Tesco (Cheshunt, England) in February 2008.
Standard online application with general management speak questions 'Please describe a time when you showed leadership/working in a team/dealt with a difficult situation/motivate yourself' etc.
On the open day they were kind and looked for people who were confident and stood out from the 30 or so people they invited. Different team tasks as well as 1:1.
For final round it was a three day away trip for 6 candidates. Lots of team tasks solving problems. Felt a lot like they accepted the people who were arguably smart and talkative but a little arrogant at times and a little dull.